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Essay heading: A Replication of the Stroop Effect
 
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However, automatic processes are difficult to unlearn and control. This paper reports a study of the Stroop effect that these over learned, automatic processing could intrude on a color identification tasks. Introduction The psychological occurrence we now call “the Stroop effect” was first described in 1935 by John Ridley Stroop...
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The Stroop effect was used in cognitive psychology to understand how behaviors interact. Stroop’s work was originated in the work done by J. M. Cattell (1885), who theorized objects and colors took longer to name than corresponding words. The psychologists were amazed at the experiment, because the Stroop effect appeared to have tap into the essential levels of cognition, offering more clues to the cognitive process of the brain...
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